empt


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empt

(ɛmpt; ɛmt)
vb
(tr) dialect to empty
[from Old English ǣmtian to be without duties; compare empty]

empt


Past participle: empted
Gerund: empting

Imperative
empt
empt
Present
I empt
you empt
he/she/it empts
we empt
you empt
they empt
Preterite
I empted
you empted
he/she/it empted
we empted
you empted
they empted
Present Continuous
I am empting
you are empting
he/she/it is empting
we are empting
you are empting
they are empting
Present Perfect
I have empted
you have empted
he/she/it has empted
we have empted
you have empted
they have empted
Past Continuous
I was empting
you were empting
he/she/it was empting
we were empting
you were empting
they were empting
Past Perfect
I had empted
you had empted
he/she/it had empted
we had empted
you had empted
they had empted
Future
I will empt
you will empt
he/she/it will empt
we will empt
you will empt
they will empt
Future Perfect
I will have empted
you will have empted
he/she/it will have empted
we will have empted
you will have empted
they will have empted
Future Continuous
I will be empting
you will be empting
he/she/it will be empting
we will be empting
you will be empting
they will be empting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been empting
you have been empting
he/she/it has been empting
we have been empting
you have been empting
they have been empting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been empting
you will have been empting
he/she/it will have been empting
we will have been empting
you will have been empting
they will have been empting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been empting
you had been empting
he/she/it had been empting
we had been empting
you had been empting
they had been empting
Conditional
I would empt
you would empt
he/she/it would empt
we would empt
you would empt
they would empt
Past Conditional
I would have empted
you would have empted
he/she/it would have empted
we would have empted
you would have empted
they would have empted
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For this study, the 2001-2004 data was matched to University of North Carolina General Administration (UNC-GA) records in order to ascertain the performance of NC EMPT participants who moved on to a university in the UNC system.
These social security numbers provided the only available link in data between NC EMPT and UNC-GA.
The college-level data was matched to the NC EMPT data to gain overall scores and item-by-item scores.
Therefore, we are left with 3566 students who completed the NC EMPT test and began their freshman year at ECU.
Statistical analysis of the current data consists of a mixture of t-tests to examine quantitative measures between those that do and do not pass the NC EMPT and Fisher's Exact Tests to compare categorical outcomes between the two groups.
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Statistical testing via Fisher's Exact Test indicates a significant association between failing the EMPT and enrolling in the remedial course at ECU (p< 0.